A mother's love is what inspired Caroline Cox to start raising money for Griffith Suicide Prevention and Support Group.
Caroline Cox's son Mitchell committed suicide four years ago at the age of 21, leaving behind only memories and photographs of the smiling, handsome young man he once was.
Mrs Cox took those photographs and turned them into a calendar, which she has been selling to raise money for the suicide support group and to start conversations around suicide.
She believes in her heart that starting a conversation is the most important thing you can do for somebody who feels alone and desperate.
That's why she's donating all of the money raised to Griffith Suicide Prevention and Support Group, so that people can have somebody to call when they feel like they have nowhere else to turn.
"Support services can be hard to come across, especially for country people," Mrs Cox said.
"That's why having a service like Griffith Suicide Prevention is such a lifesaver."
The support group's president Val Woodland has been the caring voice on the other end of the line for 15 years, and she said it was all thanks to the support and kindness of people like Mrs Cox.
Readers who need help or advice can call Griffith Suicide Prevention and Support Group on 1300 133 911.
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